Twelve people died and 134 more were injured in the earthquake that rocked China's south-western Sichuan province on Monday, Chinese media reported on Monday citing emergency services.
Earlier reports said 11 people died and 122 were injured, TASS reports.
The earthquake of 6 magnitude was registered in the south-western Chinese city of Yibin in the Changning County at 8:55pm local time on Monday. The earthquake's epicenter lay at the depth of 16 km.
Emergency services are currently working on the site, assessing the damage and providing disaster relief.